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IGHB()RHOOD NEWS McFadden for Gene Rector of formerly of Canton, dinner guests R. Lee, Robert in for dessert were Hootman, Dr. and Miss Carol Jo McReynolds suffered a night and entered in Hannibal. Her I07. and Mrs. Ruth guests of Mr. of St. Charles, Wednesday of last the General Christian Church in the Visitors in Des Moires. School Classes of held their annual 11, at the Golden and Mrs. Emmett Mrs. Johnson of 1943. DeCoster returned St. Paul, Minn., by the serious brotber-in-law, Mrs. Elaine Asher Ky., accompanied sister, Mrs. Ruby is the former Vliet of Ewing. held in Central in St. Paul. and Jules also attended DeCoster returned her brother, Mr. Heist of Leander, came with them eXtended visit with in Texas. All guests with the Canton. Junior Hetzler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy DeCoster of Arlington, Va., arrived for a week's visit with his parents, Judge and Mrs. Richard DeCoster. They also visited with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Jules DeCoster of Monticello: Tim works as legislative director in the office of Congressman Harold Volkmer of the 9th District, in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Phyllis Alderton entertained Mrs. Charles Rollins and Mrs. Susie Himmell at Phan's Inn Tuesday evening of last week in honor of Mrs. Rollins' birthday. Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Mohr were Mr. and Mrs. Noah Clatt and Paul. Miss Joan Boulware of Shelbina visited Sunday afternoon with her grandmother, Mrs. Travis Boulware. Mr. and Mrs. B. K Walker of Clinton, la., visited Friday to Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Zenge, and other relatives and friends. Nikki Phillips of LaGrange visited Thursday evening with Maggie and Joe Kellerman. Mr. and Mrs. All Salehnia and Sonya returned Monday evening from Cres- ton, la., where they visited a week with Dr. and Mrs. Al Saber, Amla and Arman. The Saber family and Mr. and Mrs. Kourosh Mortezapour, Mahsa and Maria of Eunice, La., returned to Canton for a week's visit in the Salehnia home. Ice cream supper at Shrine of St. Patrick on Thursday, Aug. 15, after 6 p.m. mass. Sandwiches. cake and ice cream, also quilt drawing. Dr. and Mrs. Ken Hansmeier, Heather, Mary Martha and Chad returned Sunday evening from a two week trip to Ocala, Fla., where they visited with his mother, Mrs. Henry Hansmeier. Dr. Hansmeier and Heath- er spent a week at the Keys where they snorkeled for lobsters, while his wife, Mary Martha and Chad enjoyed Disney World and Silver Springs at Ocala. All toured Kennedy Space Center. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Savage and Steve of Albuquerque, N. M., will arrive Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bayne, and help them celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday. Miss Mary Pat Bayne of Kansas City came Monday to help her parents celebrate their anniversary. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Badgley, Andy, Kandi and Katrina of Walker- ton, Ind., were Sunday afternoon and evening dinner guests of her aunt and Four generations of Smiths Great grandfather Clyde Wayne Smith and grandfather, Leonard Wayne Smith both of Canton, father David Wayne Smith and ion Dartn Wayne Smith of the Ten Mile area. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mrs. Zella Caldwell, Wilber Alderton, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mohr, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kemmer and Larry Kemmer of Wyaconda, and Mrs. Margaret Elder. Mrs. Frances Willis, Mrs. Louise Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hark, Aaron and Nathan were guests at a surprise party given for Keith Willis honoring the completion of his education specialist degree Friday, Aug. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Dubisky of Monroe City visited Sunday with her grandparents, Arthur Dunn in the Lewis County Nursing Home, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McFadden. Other visitors in the McFadden home were Mr. and Mrs. Michael McFadden and Mr. and Mrs. George R. Lee and David. Mr. and Mrs. Chat Spurgeon of Quincy were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cripe. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferzley of Hannibal, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ward of Louisiana, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gruber of Wellsville and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Garner spent last week on a house boat on Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake at Eddyville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webster, Scott and Seen were Monday supper guests d her sister, Joan Spurgeon. Mrs. Caroline Besco of Detroit, Mich., was a Tuesday, Aug. 6, supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Lee, Robert and David. Airman Jerry Spurgeon, who is stationed at Rein Main Air Force Base in Frankfurt, Germany, called his mother, Joan Spurgoon, Thursday morning to tell her be was all right. Dr. and Mrs. James W. Carty, Jr., of Bethany, W. Va., visited for two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Carty, Sr., before going to Des Moines. They were delegates and attended the General Assembly of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Des Moines and then returned to Canton and left Friday after three weeks visit. James W. Carty Ill of F, ochester, N. Y., also visited a week with his parents and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Frye returned wednesday of last week after attend- inn the wedding of Mr. Frye's nelW, Anthony Frye, to Miss Sandra Franklin Saturday, Aug. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ketter of Mexico also attended the wedding. Mrs. Florence McClain returned Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 15, 1985, Page 3_h MARIAN THE LIBRARIAN When asked what she was reading before she retired for the night, Jane Brady, author of a best-selling nutrition book, said: "I have six books on my night table and I've read half of each of them. I'm going to finish all of them this summer! But one of my absolute recent favorites is Blue Highways, by William Least Heat Moon. I got it when it first came out and had to read it in snitches and snatches. I always hated to put it down, although it is a book you can read that way because the author goes from place to place. It is an absolutely delicious portrait of pieces of America that most of us will never see. The sheer pleasure of reading this man's beautiful, insightful prose is enough to carry me far away from anything that might be troubling me." When Least Heat Moon (the translation of the tribal name in his mixed blood) lost his job at Stephene home Thursday after a week's visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Davis in Warsaw. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cripe went to Hannibal Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Michael Spurgeon and baby boy, Michael Benjamin, born Wednesday in Levering Hospital. College in columbia, Me., he got a half-ton Ford van, packed a few necessaries and set out to write a book about America. It is a masterpiece. He explored the unsung side of America -- little P.O. towns like Namely, Tema., or Lookinglass, Ore. Everywhere Least Heat Moon drew people lqto conversation -- in bars and in communities of Trapplata monks. If you don't have the money or the time to actually travel this summer, why not stroll down to the Canton Public Library and check out Blue Highways for the best and most relaxing trip of your life? loy McSorley Completes basic Airman Ist Class Roy R. McSorley III, son of Roy and Jo McSorley of rural Canton, has completed Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, 'rex. The airman, who is remaining at Lackland for specialized training in the security police field, studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special Instruc- tion in human relations. Completion of this training earned the individual credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Community College of the Air Force. He is a 1985 graduate of Canton High School. I Hawkins returned uncle. Mr.nd Mrs, LelandBerry Mrs. Jo McSorley and Lisa visited Beach, Calif., "Mr. and Mrs. RObert G0och retmed Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. ' ' in the home of home Saturday after several days visit Jerry Cripe. ldparents and with their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. Heather and Krista Willis spent ads" Thursday and Mrs" Joim Dugherty' Missie' Ran Thursday t Sunday with their grand" i ! i the home of Mr. and Jim at Florissant. All went to Six parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Tipton [tav,kins were Mr. Flags Friday and attended the Mi,,ss in Quincy. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kitty show Gonna Have A Party. Keith Willis, met them at Siloam ] Begemann of lhissie was in the show. prings State Park and all attended Larry Martin and Mr" and Mrs Rnnie Mnre f the Ryalty family reunin"  li their 27th wedding Hamilton spent Saturday with Mr. and J.oan Spurgeon spent part of last -- week with her son Mr. rs. home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick 'arzer. . and M ,.  -,. Mr. and Mrs. George Davis  MmhaelSpurg. eon in Hannibal, getting "_ illiamstown. It was Warsaw and Mrs. Robert Sainati and ;%qlamn " :!th her grandson. Michael i's birthday. Also and Mrs. Bruce daughter, Lynn, of Bloomington, J. ., no was born Wednesday @,,Mich. Minn., and Mr. andMrs. HowardFrye evenm-glvlr.purgeonandhismother .w II were Monday visitors in the home of and Mr. and Mrs. Willlam Lowe went i "  '] [ i I ,mm. .I I Nell Barber of Mrs. P. N. McClain. :uPi  at Aunt Polly s Restaurant in  __ |_1 / | i. aromas, , i tar, Earl Courtney Mr and Mrs. Greg Cates and " -  ....  of Quincy, Mrs. Stephen of Kansas City arrived Frihday LenoandreMrS. Nell Barber of   :   :! aGrange and Miss evening for a week s visit with . . eekend guests of Mr.  "9  ' ,ere Sunday dinner parents, Mr and Mrs Delbert Mohr. and Mrs. Junior Hetzler and fmilyl,  '  " e of Mr. and Mrs. i LAST TIMES THIS WEEK--- TNRU su,00O,.Y--I lit SALE I ! There May Never Be A Better Time ',= "THE FORTUNE TELLER" ms Store iVICTOR HERBERT CLASSIC COMIC OeEReTTA| To Bu.y A Home Than Right Now! Sk, cks , I OPENING THURSDAY, AUGUST 22 ! Pr,ces Are !ower Than Ever  I I- i Select,on Is Great Rat es Are Down ."..' r. Mortgage Money Is Available _ At Rates Lower Than Anytime Since August 1980. .,,o,, DA00aUT00R l i See YourBrokerAndSelectTheHouseOfYourChoice..,.ThenStopln ' vA,,, ;,z;. / ! ,n Let Us Give You The Latest Information On Financing AHome. ! . 11" LI ,-... "' *  ", '.,  ( i i ." , ,, , . ,.. w. . o.,o .., . ,,   r----I'.j . t[;i  AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION Palmyra -- Canton -- Kahoka ] !lOB! .............. Tuxedoes J 2nd and Green Streets -- Canton, Missouri ! .' e.v. PHONE 288-5273 FOR RESERVATIONS | WHERE, You Save, DOES Make D,fference! -_ - ---_- ILIJI - i II  II I IIII II J I LII IGHB()RHOOD NEWS McFadden for Gene Rector of formerly of Canton, dinner guests R. Lee, Robert in for dessert were Hootman, Dr. and Miss Carol Jo McReynolds suffered a night and entered in Hannibal. Her I07. and Mrs. Ruth guests of Mr. of St. Charles, Wednesday of last the General Christian Church in the Visitors in Des Moires. School Classes of held their annual 11, at the Golden and Mrs. Emmett Mrs. Johnson of 1943. DeCoster returned St. Paul, Minn., by the serious brotber-in-law, Mrs. Elaine Asher Ky., accompanied sister, Mrs. Ruby is the former Vliet of Ewing. held in Central in St. Paul. and Jules also attended DeCoster returned her brother, Mr. Heist of Leander, came with them eXtended visit with in Texas. All guests with the Canton. Junior Hetzler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy DeCoster of Arlington, Va., arrived for a week's visit with his parents, Judge and Mrs. Richard DeCoster. They also visited with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Jules DeCoster of Monticello: Tim works as legislative director in the office of Congressman Harold Volkmer of the 9th District, in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Phyllis Alderton entertained Mrs. Charles Rollins and Mrs. Susie Himmell at Phan's Inn Tuesday evening of last week in honor of Mrs. Rollins' birthday. Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Mohr were Mr. and Mrs. Noah Clatt and Paul. Miss Joan Boulware of Shelbina visited Sunday afternoon with her grandmother, Mrs. Travis Boulware. Mr. and Mrs. B. K Walker of Clinton, la., visited Friday to Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Zenge, and other relatives and friends. Nikki Phillips of LaGrange visited Thursday evening with Maggie and Joe Kellerman. Mr. and Mrs. All Salehnia and Sonya returned Monday evening from Cres- ton, la., where they visited a week with Dr. and Mrs. Al Saber, Amla and Arman. The Saber family and Mr. and Mrs. Kourosh Mortezapour, Mahsa and Maria of Eunice, La., returned to Canton for a week's visit in the Salehnia home. Ice cream supper at Shrine of St. Patrick on Thursday, Aug. 15, after 6 p.m. mass. Sandwiches. cake and ice cream, also quilt drawing. Dr. and Mrs. Ken Hansmeier, Heather, Mary Martha and Chad returned Sunday evening from a two week trip to Ocala, Fla., where they visited with his mother, Mrs. Henry Hansmeier. Dr. Hansmeier and Heath- er spent a week at the Keys where they snorkeled for lobsters, while his wife, Mary Martha and Chad enjoyed Disney World and Silver Springs at Ocala. All toured Kennedy Space Center. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Savage and Steve of Albuquerque, N. M., will arrive Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bayne, and help them celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday. Miss Mary Pat Bayne of Kansas City came Monday to help her parents celebrate their anniversary. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Badgley, Andy, Kandi and Katrina of Walker- ton, Ind., were Sunday afternoon and evening dinner guests of her aunt and Four generations of Smiths Great grandfather Clyde Wayne Smith and grandfather, Leonard Wayne Smith both of Canton, father David Wayne Smith and ion Dartn Wayne Smith of the Ten Mile area. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mrs. Zella Caldwell, Wilber Alderton, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mohr, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kemmer and Larry Kemmer of Wyaconda, and Mrs. Margaret Elder. Mrs. Frances Willis, Mrs. Louise Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hark, Aaron and Nathan were guests at a surprise party given for Keith Willis honoring the completion of his education specialist degree Friday, Aug. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Dubisky of Monroe City visited Sunday with her grandparents, Arthur Dunn in the Lewis County Nursing Home, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McFadden. Other visitors in the McFadden home were Mr. and Mrs. Michael McFadden and Mr. and Mrs. George R. Lee and David. Mr. and Mrs. Chat Spurgeon of Quincy were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cripe. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferzley of Hannibal, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ward of Louisiana, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gruber of Wellsville and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Garner spent last week on a house boat on Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake at Eddyville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webster, Scott and Seen were Monday supper guests d her sister, Joan Spurgeon. Mrs. Caroline Besco of Detroit, Mich., was a Tuesday, Aug. 6, supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Lee, Robert and David. Airman Jerry Spurgeon, who is stationed at Rein Main Air Force Base in Frankfurt, Germany, called his mother, Joan Spurgoon, Thursday morning to tell her be was all right. Dr. and Mrs. James W. Carty, Jr., of Bethany, W. Va., visited for two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Carty, Sr., before going to Des Moines. They were delegates and attended the General Assembly of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Des Moines and then returned to Canton and left Friday after three weeks visit. James W. Carty Ill of F, ochester, N. Y., also visited a week with his parents and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Frye returned wednesday of last week after attend- inn the wedding of Mr. Frye's nelW, Anthony Frye, to Miss Sandra Franklin Saturday, Aug. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ketter of Mexico also attended the wedding. Mrs. Florence McClain returned Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 15, 1985, Page 3_h MARIAN THE LIBRARIAN When asked what she was reading before she retired for the night, Jane Brady, author of a best-selling nutrition book, said: "I have six books on my night table and I've read half of each of them. I'm going to finish all of them this summer! But one of my absolute recent favorites is Blue Highways, by William Least Heat Moon. I got it when it first came out and had to read it in snitches and snatches. I always hated to put it down, although it is a book you can read that way because the author goes from place to place. It is an absolutely delicious portrait of pieces of America that most of us will never see. The sheer pleasure of reading this man's beautiful, insightful prose is enough to carry me far away from anything that might be troubling me." When Least Heat Moon (the translation of the tribal name in his mixed blood) lost his job at Stephene home Thursday after a week's visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Davis in Warsaw. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cripe went to Hannibal Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Michael Spurgeon and baby boy, Michael Benjamin, born Wednesday in Levering Hospital. College in columbia, Me., he got a half-ton Ford van, packed a few necessaries and set out to write a book about America. It is a masterpiece. He explored the unsung side of America -- little P.O. towns like Namely, Tema., or Lookinglass, Ore. Everywhere Least Heat Moon drew people lqto conversation -- in bars and in communities of Trapplata monks. If you don't have the money or the time to actually travel this summer, why not stroll down to the Canton Public Library and check out Blue Highways for the best and most relaxing trip of your life? loy McSorley Completes basic Airman Ist Class Roy R. McSorley III, son of Roy and Jo McSorley of rural Canton, has completed Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, 'rex. The airman, who is remaining at Lackland for specialized training in the security police field, studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special Instruc- tion in human relations. Completion of this training earned the individual credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Community College of the Air Force. He is a 1985 graduate of Canton High School. I Hawkins returned uncle. Mr.nd Mrs, LelandBerry Mrs. Jo McSorley and Lisa visited Beach, Calif., "Mr. and Mrs. RObert G0och retmed Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. ' ' in the home of home Saturday after several days visit Jerry Cripe. ldparents and with their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. Heather and Krista Willis spent ads" Thursday and Mrs" Joim Dugherty' Missie' Ran Thursday t Sunday with their grand" i ! i the home of Mr. and Jim at Florissant. All went to Six parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Tipton [tav,kins were Mr. Flags Friday and attended the Mi,,ss in Quincy. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kitty show Gonna Have A Party. Keith Willis, met them at Siloam ] Begemann of lhissie was in the show. prings State Park and all attended Larry Martin and Mr" and Mrs Rnnie Mnre f the Ryalty family reunin"  li their 27th wedding Hamilton spent Saturday with Mr. and J.oan Spurgeon spent part of last -- week with her son Mr. rs. home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick 'arzer. . and M ,.  -,. Mr. and Mrs. George Davis  MmhaelSpurg. eon in Hannibal, getting "_ illiamstown. It was Warsaw and Mrs. Robert Sainati and ;%qlamn " :!th her grandson. Michael i's birthday. Also and Mrs. Bruce daughter, Lynn, of Bloomington, J. ., no was born Wednesday @,,Mich. Minn., and Mr. andMrs. HowardFrye evenm-glvlr.purgeonandhismother .w II were Monday visitors in the home of and Mr. and Mrs. Willlam Lowe went i "  '] [ i I ,mm. .I I Nell Barber of Mrs. P. N. McClain. :uPi  at Aunt Polly s Restaurant in  __ |_1 / | i. aromas, , i tar, Earl Courtney Mr and Mrs. Greg Cates and " -  ....  of Quincy, Mrs. Stephen of Kansas City arrived Frihday LenoandreMrS. Nell Barber of   :   :! aGrange and Miss evening for a week s visit with . . eekend guests of Mr.  "9  ' ,ere Sunday dinner parents, Mr and Mrs Delbert Mohr. and Mrs. Junior Hetzler and fmilyl,  '  " e of Mr. and Mrs. i LAST TIMES THIS WEEK--- TNRU su,00O,.Y--I lit SALE I ! There May Never Be A Better Time ',= "THE FORTUNE TELLER" ms Store iVICTOR HERBERT CLASSIC COMIC OeEReTTA| To Bu.y A Home Than Right Now! Sk, cks , I OPENING THURSDAY, AUGUST 22 ! Pr,ces Are !ower Than Ever  I I- i Select,on Is Great Rat es Are Down ."..' r. Mortgage Money Is Available _ At Rates Lower Than Anytime Since August 1980. .,,o,, DA00aUT00R l i See YourBrokerAndSelectTheHouseOfYourChoice..,.ThenStopln ' vA,,, ;,z;. / ! ,n Let Us Give You The Latest Information On Financing AHome. ! . 11" LI ,-... "' *  ", '.,  ( i i ." , ,, , . ,.. w. . o.,o .., . ,,   r----I'.j . t[;i  AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION Palmyra -- Canton -- Kahoka ] !lOB! .............. Tuxedoes J 2nd and Green Streets -- Canton, Missouri ! .' e.v. PHONE 288-5273 FOR RESERVATIONS | WHERE, You Save, DOES Make D,fference! -_ - ---_- ILIJI - i II  II I IIII II J I LII